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Magician of the Coast

The 82nd Magic The Gathering Throne of Eldraine expansion set will be released on October 4, 201

9. In this set, which explores Grimm's tales and the Arthurian legend of Camelot, players are introduced to a new fantasy world and its inhabitants. [19659006] See Also: Magic: The Gathering Reveals New Cards, Booster Packs, with Throne Of Eldraine # 19659007 On Wednesday we will meet one of the first Planeswalker Spending Time The famous Oko is a Fey shapeshifter as charismatic as he is conceited, a man who is mysterious, clever, and vain.

Oko's story is revealed in detail in the first e-book, Throne of Eldraine. [19659009] Throne of Eldraine: The Wildered Quest But today we get a preview

To get to know Oko a bit better (and find out where he stands on my Planeswalker dateability table) I interviewed Nic Kelman, Head of Story and Entertainment, at Wizards of the Coast, one of the authors responsible for bringing his character to life.

See also: All 36 "Magic: The Gathering" War of the Spark Planeswalker by Dateability

Here's a question and answer to get to know the enigmatic Oko:

Wizards of the Coast

Lauren Orsini: Oko got his spark when his kidnappers tried to suppress his change of shape. Can you tell me more about it? How did it feel for Oko?

Nic Kelman: Oko comes from a Fey-ruled aircraft that believes in a unitary society in which the ruling class has decided that for the benefit of all, the Fey's natural wickedness must be suppressed. For the ruling class, they had created a perfect society – but for Oko, who was born with incredibly powerful shapeshifting abilities, this culture contradicted everything he was and contradicted his deepest, truest self.

Styling yourself as spokesman for the truth Oko felt he was holding up a mirror to the hypocrisy of his world. The ruling class did not quite see it that way. They subjected him to magical procedures to suppress his powers, but he managed to ignite his spark. We can imagine that this was a terrible experience for him that would make it almost impossible for him to trust someone again – especially those in authority positions.

Orsini: Speaking of shapeshifting, what's the most interesting shapeshifting he did? (Alternative question: Any good pranks he drew?)

Kelman: Oko seeks hypocrisy wherever he finds her … but by his own definition, which often leads to pretty cruel "cusses". Ruining a wedding anniversary, stealing the main focus on the moment of triumph in the lifetime of a man in which a mother is deceived that her child has returned from a conflict – these are all great jokes, the Oko, who sees nothing as sacred, least of all the noblest feelings.

Orsini: Can he also change like other people? Like other Planeswalkers?

Kelman: He definitely can!

Orsini: With which Planeswalker is he doing the best?

Kelman: He generally tries not to reveal himself to other planeswalkers, but I imagine he would do well with Chandra if he did not have such a mean streak.

Orsini: In Oko's opinion, what's the best thing about being a Planeswalker?

Kelman: Never have to deal with the consequences of your actions if you do not want to!

Orsini: What's the worst part?

Kelman: For Oko it would feel alone in the multiverse. (He has yet to learn that it does not have to be this way – see his confidence issues above.)

Orsini: What do you think was the biggest challenge in Oko's life so far? How did he overcome it or how does he work on it?

Kelman: I think probably the problems he faced on his home plane. You've shaped his life to this point and it will probably take some time before he finds the courage to trust someone to grow beyond those experiences … if at all.

Want to know more about Oko? For more information, see the first Throne of Eldraine eBook Throne of Eldraine: The Wild Search by Kate Elliot, which can be pre-ordered now.

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Wizards of the Coast

The 82nd Magic: The Gathering Expansion set, "Throne of Eldraine" will be released on October 4, 2019. Under the motto "Grimm's Fairy Tales and the Arthurian Legend of Camelot," players will be introduced to a new fantasy world and its inhabitants.

See also: & # 39; Magic: The Gathering & # 39; reveals new cards, booster packs, with & # 39; Throne Of Eldraine & # 39;

On Wednesday we meet for the first time one of the Planeswalkers who are in Eldraine: The Famous Oko is a Fey Face Dancer, as charismatic as he is conceited, a man who is mysterious, clever, and vain.

Oko's story is revealed in detail in the first "Throne of Eldraine" -E-Book Throne of Eldraine: The Wildered Quest . But today we get a preview of his life and his personality.

To get to know Oko a bit better (and find out where he belongs on my Planeswalker Dateability Chart) I interviewed Nic Kelman, Head of Story and Entertainment at Wizards of the Coast, who is one of the authors responsible for bringing his character to life.

See also: All 36 "Magic: The Gathering" War of the Planeswalker Radio-Fired Sorted by Dateability

Here's a question and answer to get to know the enigmatic Oko:

Sorcerer of the Coast

Lauren Orsini: Oko got his spark when his kidnappers tried to suppress his gestalt change. Can you tell me more about it? How did it feel for Oko?

Nic Kelman: Oko comes from a Fey-ruled aircraft that believes in a unitary society in which the ruling class has decided that for the benefit of all, the Fey's natural wickedness must be suppressed. For the ruling class, they had created a perfect society – but for Oko, who was born with incredibly powerful shapeshifting abilities, this culture contradicted everything he was and contradicted his deepest, truest self.

Styling yourself as spokesman for the truth Oko felt he was holding up a mirror to the hypocrisy of his world. The ruling class did not quite see it that way. They subjected him to magical procedures to suppress his powers, but he managed to ignite his spark. We can imagine that this was a terrible experience for him that would make it almost impossible for him to trust someone again – especially those in authority positions.

Orsini: Speaking of shapeshifting, what's the most interesting shapeshifting he did? (Alternative question: Any good pranks he drew?)

Kelman: Oko seeks hypocrisy wherever he finds her … but by his own definition, which often leads to pretty cruel "cusses". Ruining a wedding anniversary, stealing the main focus on the moment of triumph in the lifetime of a man in which a mother is deceived that her child has returned from a conflict – these are all great jokes, the Oko, who sees nothing as sacred, least of all the noblest feelings.

Orsini: Can he also change like other people? Like other Planeswalkers?

Kelman: He definitely can!

Orsini: With which Planeswalker is he doing the best?

Kelman: He generally tries not to reveal himself to other planeswalkers, but I imagine he would do well with Chandra if he did not have such a mean streak.

Orsini: In Oko's opinion, what's the best thing about being a Planeswalker?

Kelman: Never have to deal with the consequences of your actions if you do not want to!

Orsini: What's the worst part?

Kelman: For Oko it would feel alone in the multiverse. (He has yet to learn that it does not have to be this way – see his confidence issues above.)

Orsini: What do you think was the biggest challenge in Oko's life so far? How did he overcome it or how does he work on it?

Kelman: I think probably the problems he faced on his home plane. You've shaped his life to this point and it will probably take some time before he finds the courage to trust someone to grow beyond those experiences … if at all.

Want to know more about Oko? For more information, see the first Throne of Eldraine eBook Throne of Eldraine: The Wild Search by Kate Elliot, which can be pre-ordered now.


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